The Chanel brand continues to be known worldwide, and for good reason. Chanel redefined women's fashion, and Chanel fragrances such as Coco Noir, Gabrielle, and Bleu de Chanel have solidified the company's reputation as one of the top perfumers in the world. The first Chanel perfume for her deviated from the floral scents common in the day by infusing the champagne-like fragrance of aldehyde into the mix. The concoction, developed by Ernes Beaux, delighted Chanel. After Chanel No. 5, Beaux continued to craft Chanel perfume for her, including the woody and light Chanel No. 22 and the exotic Les Exclusifs line.